Between September 1982 and March 1983 I obtained high dispersion spectra of epsilon Aur in selected regions using the Palomar 200-inch coude spectrograph and the Dominion Astrophysical Observatory 48-coude spectrograph. All spectra were taken with the 90-mm ITT image tube and IIa-D emulsion. Radial velocities are listed for the sodium D lines, KI lines, H alpha, and a few other features. While most of the sodium and potassium features are surely circumstellar there is certainly an interstellar component present. In the direction of epsilon Aur interstellar gas is seen mostly with radial velocities between +5 and +10 km s(-1). The sodium D lines and potassium lines show incipient resolution which may involve the interstellar components. The equivalent widths of the sodium and potassium lines are given. For potassium, blending with atmospheric O2 makes the line at lambda 7664 unmeasurable on the dates of these observations. The increase in equivalent widths already noted by Pathasarathy and Lambert is evident. Blending and partial resolution of the circumstellar and interstellar features may account for much of the velocity structure which is only partially discernable at the available resolution.